$10,000 supports 25 families with free, legal representation to advance patient health, improve child and family well-being, lower health system costs, and allows medical staff to focus more time on direct patient care
$5,000 buys a Vecta sensory cart, which lets children create soothing interactive environments to distract them from stress or pain.
$2,500 buys 7,500 meals for patient families in need through the Feed1st Program, formally known as the Comer Food Pantry.
$1,000 buys 40 booster seats for children treated in the emergency department who do not have proper car seats.
$500 buys 20 “Shadow Buddy” dolls for children undergoing treatment. The doll is used as a teaching tool and to help mitigate fear and stress related to a child’s hospital stay.
$250 buys 75 books in the Child Life Literacy program to help children develop and learn.
$100 buys two NüRoo shirts, which provide comfortable skin-to-skin contact for mothers to nurture their babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
$100 buys one NüRoo shirt, which provides comfortable skin-to-skin contact for mothers to nurture their babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Please consider making a gift in any amount to support patient care programs at Comer Children's. The funds from this event benefit our young patients inside the hospital and back at home.
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